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Home accidents are just an inevitable part of life. Slips, trips, falls, and cuts will happen, and yet many everyday activities, like eating dinner or cleaning, may cause serious injury or create a life-threatening situation.
Here is a list of the five most common accidents that happen at home, including tips on how you can prevent them: Continue reading
Medical ID bracelets are a valuable tool for anyone suffering from serious medical conditions; however, for seniors, they are even more essential because they are more susceptible to medical emergencies. Although fairly simple in design, the bracelets hold an immense life-saving power because they basically provide a form of communication to medical professionals when someone is unable to speak. Continue reading
Our senior population wants to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. They do not want to be a burden to anyone. Any falls or loss of balance can lead to great anxiety in our loved ones. Fortunately, most falls can be prevented with a change in environment or routine. The following tips can help give your loved ones and yourself more peace of mind. Continue reading
Constant change, stress and the everyday demands of life can weigh on even the brightest of spirits; for the average person, it’s common to experience bouts of the blues or even mild depression. Despite these pressures, there are ways you can instantly boost your mood!
Here are 10 easy ways to instantaneously kick those sour feelings to the curb and get back to your regular groove! Continue reading
While we all can benefit from a healthier diet, that is especially true for those who are on the brink of Type II Diabetes. A failure to maintain a balanced diet could mean insulin shots or emergency medication.
We’ve put together a list of food groups that are especially beneficial to those looking for a healthier diet, as well as some diabetes-friendly recipes. As daunting as the challenge to overhaul one’s diet can seem, it’s very possible to switch to a diet that’s as good to your taste buds as it is to the rest of your body. Continue reading